In case you are baffled by seeing “No Internet Secured” Error on your Windows 10 computer or Surface Tablet, you will find below the steps to fix this annoying error in Windows 10.
No Internet Secured Error in Windows 10
The “No Internet Secured Error” is mostly noticed on Windows computers and Surface tablets connected to a WiFi Network. The warning appears while the computer is trying to connect to the WiFi Network and also in the middle of browsing sessions.
In general, reconnecting to the WiFi Network resolves this issue; however, this is a temporary solution, the “No Internet Secured” error appears back again when users try to connect to the internet next time around and can also appear in the middle of a browsing session.
Fix “No Internet Secured” Error in Windows 10
The “No Internet Secured” Error as noticed on one of our computers was quickly resolved by using the Network Troubleshooter as available in Windows operating system.
In case the Network Troubleshooter is unable to fix this problem on your computer, you can make use of other methods as listed below to fix “No Internet Secured” Error on your Windows 10 computer.
Try Network Troubleshooter
Windows 10 comes with its own Network Troubleshooter that can help you diagnose and fix Network Connectivity problems on your computer.
1. Click on Windows 10 Start button and then click on the Settings icon (See image below)
2. On the Setting screen, click on Network & Internet tab.
3. On the next screen, click on Network Troubleshooter option (See image below).
4. Follow the Directions to run the Network Troubleshooter and see if it helps in fixing the problem of “No Network Secured” Error on your Windows 10 computer.
Renew Your Computer’s IP Address
Your computer might be having difficulty connecting to the network, because it is not getting a valid IP Address from your Modem or Router. This issue can be fixed by making your computer request a New IP Address from the DHCP server (Router).
1. Right-click on Windows 10 Start button and then click on Command Prompt in the menu that appears.
2. In the Command prompt window type ipconfig /release and hit the enter key. This will release the current IP Address of your computer
3. Next, type ipconfig /renew and hit the enter key to Renew the IP Address of your computer.
4. Next, type exit to quit the Command Prompt Window.
Reset TCP/IP Settings
Sometimes the Internet Protocol Settings on your computer can become corrupted or misconfigured. Follow the steps below to Reset TCP/IP settings on your Windows 10 computer to their default values.
1. Click on the Windows 10 Start button and then click on the Settings icon.
2. On the Settings screen, click on Network & Internet tab.
3. On the next screen, scroll down and click on the Network Reset option (See image below).
4. On the next screen, click on the Reset Now button.
As you can read in the image above, this process will overwrite all your current Network settings and replace them with original settings. Hence, it is a good idea to note down your VPN or other network configurations.
5. Once your Computer Restarts, all the Network Settings will be reset to their default values.
While it is very rare for IPv6 to cause any WiFi Connectivity issues, some users have reported fixing “No Internet Secured” Error by disabling IPv6 protocol on their computers.
1. Right-click on the WiFi or Network icon in the Taskbar of your computer and then click on Open Network and Sharing Center option in the little menu that appears (See image below)
2. On the Network and Sharing Center, click on your Current WiFi Network￼.
3. On the next screen, click on the Properties button (See image below)
4. On the Network properties screen, uncheck the option for Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) and click on OK to save the setting.
5. Restart your Computer.